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English Meaning(s) for 土産

  1. local specialty or souvenir bought as a gift while travelling
  2. present brought by a visitor
  3. something unpleasant that one is given (e.g. an illness while on vacation); unwelcome gift; disservice (usu. お土産)

Definition and Synonyms for 土産

Souvenir a reminder of past events
Synonyms: スーベニア, スーブニール, 土産, 土産, お土産, 引き出物, 形見, 忘れ形見, 思い出, 記念品, 記憶
Present Tense a verb tense that expresses actions or states at the time of speaking
Synonyms: プレゼント, 付け届け, 使い物, , 土産, 土産, もらい物, 現在, 現行, 給付, 贈呈, 頂き物
Present something presented as a gift
Synonyms: ギフト, おもたせ, スーベニア, プレゼント, 付け届け, 土産, 土産, お土産, 幣物, 引き出物, 手土産, もらい物, 祝儀, 貢ぎ物, 贈呈品, 贈り物, 贈答品, 進物, 配り物, 音物, 頂戴物, 頂き物

Meanings for each kanji in 土産

soil; earth; ground; Turkey Kanji Details »
products; bear; give birth; yield; childbirth; native; property Kanji Details »

Categories 土産 is a member of

Reminder an experience that causes you to remember something
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Tense a grammatical category of verbs used to express distinctions of time
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Gift something acquired without compensation
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Sample Sentences for 土産

Make allowance for souvenirs on the return trip.
He left me with his favorite book and moved to Osaka.
This is a souvenir from Hokkaido.
Recently my brother in law, artillery major Y, came back from a three year trip in Paris. Surrounded by a great number of souvenirs he had brought back, we heard tales of his travels.
Whenever she comes, she brings us presents.

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